Author: Yaro

Bret Thomson is a good buddy of mine and an exceptionally skilled copywriter. He’s one of those guys who earns at least $10,000 per copy contract and in this interview you will learn why.

When I first started an internet business and began studying online marketing, and in particular lifestyle design and productivity, I came to identify myself with the 80/20 Rule. You can read my original post explaining how the 80/20 Rule came into my life...

Adam Baker is a well known personal finance blogger. He established himself by doing something most people think is a bit, well, risky.

Adam and his wife brought home their first baby girl from the hospital, and then he immediately quit his job.

I was reading an article by David Risley, where he was taking a hard-line look at what he believes are some fundamental flaws regarding the make money online niche. The main question at the heart of David’s article was why people do not actually...

I really do love these niche site success stories, especially when they feature such passion driven subjects (and I admit it, I think model trains are cool).

Ian went from installing security fences in a less-than-safe Zimbabwe, to making his way to Australia for a better life for his family, and then managed to secure a full time living without needing a job thanks to an online business focused on model trains.

I realize you probably already have my Blog Profits Blueprint since it has been available for over five years now and has been downloaded by thousands of people.

However I have never submitted the audio version to my podcast, so I’m posting it here now to get the download into iTunes and on my podcasts page.

Many years ago I lived in a share house in the inner city suburb of West End in Brisbane, Australia. Although I prefer to live alone, I appreciated living in a share house with other people because it gave me some kind of socialization during a period of my...

This is no ordinary podcast interview with Chris Guillebeau. I say that because you have probably seen a lot of interviews surfacing with Chris lately and over the years as a multiple book author, world traveler, blogger and information marketer.

I recently listened to the audiobook version of the Lean Startup by Eric Ries. My motivation for “reading” it is to help with the development of CrankyAds, my software startup. Lean startup principles are particularly good for a software company...

[ Download MP3 | Transcript | iTunes | Soundcloud | Raw RSS ] Apologies for the tiny bit of static that came through in the recording. This is one great interview if you are looking for a step-by-step story of how a guy can manage a full-time job and develop...

This was a post I wrote about regarding the process of looking for funding for CrankyAds. This has been a completely new experience for me, which is fantastic, I’m enjoying the challenge and the process of learning how another aspect of...

[ Download MP3 | Transcript | iTunes | Soundcloud | Raw RSS ] I’ve been watching the startup community here in Australia a lot recently. This is because of my own interest having a startup and because things are heating up in Australia in general when...

Note: This was a post I wrote about a company I started, CrankyAds. Entrepreneurs-Journey.com has always been a sounding board for my own use as an entrepreneur. From the day I started blogging I wrote about what I was up to with whatever business I was...

Frank Kern kicked off back in 2012 with his State of The Internet address. This is a speech where Frank talks to the Internet marketing community and discusses where he thinks things will be headed for in the upcoming year. This year was a simple speech, but...

I was recently a guest speaker at a live event on the Gold Coast in Australia. I spoke in front of 200 people for about an hour. I used 27 slides in my presentation, which were almost all just one picture each slide that I put together the night before I was...

I previously explained my simple formula for pricing ads on your website. If you missed the article, please read it first here – How Much Should You Charge For Advertising On Your Blog? Now you know how much to charge, the next step is exactly where to...

This was a post I made back when I was running my startup, CrankyAds. I’ve been working on CrankyAds.com now for over a year, although there have been a few start-stop sessions, so it hasn’t been exactly all-steam ahead during that time....

So you have decided to sell ads directly to sponsors on your website or blog. Great idea. I’ve made money using this method since the early 2000s. It started off as a trickle – my first ad sale was direct to a small business for $50 a month for...

After ending his marriage, Chris Ducker packed his bags and moved to the Philippines for a fresh start. A few short years later he was married again with a new family and a successful business with over 300 employees.

If you haven’t read part one, you can do so here – My Most Challenging Year Part 1: When Family Tragedy Strikes At the start of 2011 I set up this blog to run as automatically as possible. A stay at home mum friend, Steph, from my city Brisbane...
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